ID 3916
Last Name Hall
First Name Agnes
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1775
Date of Death 1846-11-24
Place of Birth Roxburgh
Place of Death London
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Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_C._Hall
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Author Rural Recreations; or Modern Famer's Calendar; or Monthly Instructor: Exhibiting under a comprehensive form, All the operations necessary on a farm, For every month of th year: As well as all the recent improvements in Agriculture and Rural Economy. By a Farmer. 1802
Translator The Duchess of La Valliere. An historical romance. By Madame de Genlis. Translated from the French. In two volumes. 1804
Translator Dolgorucki And Menzikof. A Russian Tale. In Two Volumes. From the German Of Augustus La Fontaine. 1805
Translator Hermann and Emilia, a Novel. From the German of Augustus La Fontaine. In Four Volumes. 1805
Translator Christina; or, Memoirs of a German Princess. By the Author of Caroline of Lichtfield. In two volumes. 1808
Translator Alphonso; or, The Natural Son. By Madme. de Genlis, author of Sainclair, The Siege of Rochelle, The Recollections of Felicia, The Earl of Cork, &c. &c. Translated from the French. In three volumes. 1809
Translator The Novice of Saint Ursala. By the Author of "A Tale of Mystery," "Jeanette," &c. In Four Volumes. 1810
Translator The Blind Beggar; or The Fountain of St. Catherine. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Ducray Dumenil, author of Julien, or My Father's House; Little Chimer; Tales of Mystery; Victor, or Child of the Forest, &c. &c. 1817
Author The Son Of O'Donnel. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Rosalia St. Clair, author of The Blind Beggar, &c. 1819
Author The Highland Castle, and the Lowland Cottage. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Rosalia St. Clair, Author of The Son of O'Donnel, Blind Beggar, &c. &c. 1820
Author Clavering Tower. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Rosalia St. Clair, author of The Blind Beggar, Son of O'Donnel, Highland Castle and Lowland Cottage, &c. 1822
Author The Banker's Daughters of Bristol; or, Compliance and Decision. A Novel. In three volumes. By Rosalia St. Clair, author of The Blind Beggar, Highland Castle, &c. 1824
Author Obstinacy. A Tale. By Mrs. A. C. Hall. 1826
Author Fashionables and Unfashionables. A Novel. In three volumes. By Rosalia St. Clair, author of The Highland Castle and Lowland Cottage, The Banker's Daughters of Bristol, Son of O'Donnell, First and Last Years of Wedded Life, &C. 1827
Author The First and Last Years of Wedded Life. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Rosalia St. Clair, author of the Highland Castle and Lowland Cottage, &c. 1827
Author Ulrica of Saxony. A Romantic Tale of the Fifteenth Century. By Rosalia St. Clair, author of The Banker's Daughters of Bristol; First and Last Years of Wedded Life; Clavering Tower; Son of O'Donnel; Fashionables and Unfashionables; &c. &c. In three volumes. 1828
Author Eleanor Ogilvie The Maid of the Tweed. A Romantic Legend. By Rosalia St. Clair, author of The Highland Castle; Banker's Daughters; Son of O'Donnel; &c. &c. In three volumes. 1829
Author The Sailor Boy; Or, the Admiral and His Protegée. A Novel. By Rosalia St. Clair, Author of the Banker’s Daughters of Bristol; First and Last Years of Wedded Life; Eleanor Ogilvie; Ulrica of Saxony; Son of O’Donnel; Fashionables and Unfashionables; &C. &C. In Four Volumes. 1830
Author The Soldier Boy; Or, the Last of the Lyals. A Novel. By Rosalia St. Clair, Author of the Banker’s Daughters of Bristol; First and Last Years of Wedded Life; Eleanor Ogilvie; Ulrica of Saxony; Son of O’Donnel; Sailor Boy; Fashionables and Unfashionables; &C. In Three Volumes. 1831
Author The Doomed One; Or, They Met At Glenlyon. A Tale of the Highlands. By Rosalia St. Clair, Author of Banker’s Daughters of Bristol; First and Last Years of Wedded Life; Eleanor Ogilvie; Ulrica of Saxony; Son of O’Donnel; Soldier Boy; Sailor Boy; Fashionables and Unfashionables, &C. &C. In Three Volumes. 1832
Author The Pauper Boy; Or, the Ups and Downs of Life. A Novel. By Rosalia St. Clair, Author of Banker’s Daughters of Bristol; First and Last Years of Wedded Life; Eleanor Ogilvie; Ulrica of Saxony; Son of O’Donnel; Soldier Boy; Sailor Boy; Fashionables and Unfashionables; Clavering Tower; Doomed One; &C. In Three Volumes. 1834
Author Marston. A Novel. In three Volumes. By a lady. 1835

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